Juvie Nov 20th notes
Juvie Nov 20th notes CJA3395-01
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This 0 page Class Notes was uploaded by Peter Wright on Friday November 20, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CJA3395-01 at Mansfield University of Pennsylvania taught by Dr. Justin Crowl in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 24 views. For similar materials see Delinquency and the Juvenile Justice System in Criminal Justice at Mansfield University of Pennsylvania.
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Date Created: 11/20/15
Goals ofjuvenile correction Deterence discouraging offenders away from crime Rehabilitation a planned correctional intervention and Reintegration Prevention a pro active approach Punishment and Retribution Revenge lex talionis eye for an eye Isolation and control Alternatives to this 0 Secure Counter part to adult incarceration Nonsecure Free movement in community Shock Probation Lock up an individual before quickly removing them and forcing them into probation Boot camps 1983 in GA and OK rst establishment Targets young non violent rst time offenders Very appealing for C practitioners Short term military like correctional program Research shows that it is effective but only if it is designed properly Rational behind boot camps Youthful people are responses and bene ts from military atmosphere 0 Cost less than traditional CJ sanctions Exposed to education vocational training drug treatment counseling etc Goals of boot camp Provide rehabilitation and reintegration Provide discipline Promote deterrence Alleviate overcrowded facilities Concerns with boot camps Abuse of power Effectiveness in question Psychological effects Age ofjuveniles Juveniles parole conditional supervised release to those who have served a portion of their original sentence It is NOT an alternative to incarceration it is a continuation of punishment Purposes Reward good behavior Alleviate overcrowding Permit reintegration Deter further delinquency through supervision 5 million on probationparole over half of those are behind bars A parolee is always entitled to an parole revocation hearing Parole hearings Offender present their story Board then makes recommendation Victims may testify 30 days to appeal
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